Meta Employee Reviews about "great benefits"
70% would recommend to a friend
(1424 total reviews)
54% approve of CEO
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20 hours ago
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Consulting Exit Opportunities
22 days ago
Folks who have successfully waived the GMAT: how were you able to effectively communicate your rationale, and what were deemed appropriate reasons? I got laid off by Meta, have been struggling to find time to both study for the GMAT and land new work to support my family / mortgage. We’ve had recently health complications that have furthered the financial strain. Meta was my first gig landing a TC over $125k My friend says there may be exceptions possible. Trying to get different perspective🙌🏼
a month ago
💥I just absolutely bombed my interview at LinkedIn for a corporate role. Nerves truly got the best of me. Interviewers at LinkedIn or Microsoft , is there a rating you can give candidates that signals recruiting shouldn’t invest time into interviewing them again? We have a signal like this at Meta for those who truly miss the mark entirely (I hear Google has the same)
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- "The company has great benefits and really makes sure you and your family have everything you need." (in 1510 reviews)
- "The people are great and I've made some friends that will span beyond my time at the company." (in 1374 reviews)
- "Great Culture and really to connect with our peers from all levels" (in 828 reviews)
- "I think that some of the pros are the that it has a good pay and is in a nice place like california" (in 627 reviews)
- "free food and transport are great" (in 476 reviews)
- "No work life balance... in unnecessary meetings all day long and products constantly being deprioritized and whole organizations shifted" (in 685 reviews)
- "Recent layoffs have not been great but they have tried to look after people who are bein letr go." (in 339 reviews)
- "1. Can be super stressful 2. Bad manager can ruin your life 3. Efforts are not praised or counted 4. Code output doesn't matter" (in 269 reviews)
- "Management is poor in comms and career growth can be a little murky" (in 220 reviews)
- "Poor leadership that is not accountable: Company has no idea what they are doing and where they are going." (in 205 reviews)
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- 4.0Feb 15, 2021Integration SpecialistFormer Employee
The company has great benefits and really makes sure you and your family have everything you need. The benefits and flexibility at the company make the job great.
It’s a big company, so something you get lost and depending on your department it can be hard to grow.
- 4.0May 17, 2023Technical Sourcing RecruiterFormer Employee, more than 1 yearLondon, England
Great Benefits & office Locations across London Great employee programs Generous/free food/catering options onsite Work Flexibility
Sudden layoffs Lack of communication from management
- 3.0Dec 14, 2022Software EngineerCurrent Employee, more than 5 yearsMenlo Park, CA
Benefits are great although they may go down now that they are tightening their belt. Great comp although with stock price decline may not be any more. Opportunity to work on large scale products.
For senior folks it's hard to find projects with good scope. The company had layoffs, even for people left behind the morale is down and indications are more people will either be managed out or leave on their down. Meta is not growing but is shrinking. They still suffer significantly from being short term impact driven in PSC process, they've been trying to change this for years, even removed the Move Fast / Break Things and replaced with Long term. Problem is most of the folks in calibration and running the show still have short term impact in their DNA as they way they measure everything. Mark is very fixated on the meta-verse as a bet the company initiative. Problem is that he is spending soo much on it and the likely timeframe when it goes mainstream is still years out. Also the ads business is in trouble with the economy in decline and head winds from apples privacy changes, they basically need to rewrite the ads stack which will take a long time and revenue will suffer in the mean time.13
- 2.0Jun 5, 2023Program Manager IIFormer Employee, more than 1 yearSeattle, WA
Wellness benefit and 401k match was great
Facebook before Meta was a fun and exciting place to work. Everything went downhill since the name change.
- 5.0Nov 23, 2015Anonymous EmployeeFormer Employee
Worked with some of the smartest people I have ever had the privilege to work with. The company is amazing and the culture is one to be admired. There was always a new challenge when was opportunity for learning. Benefits were great and are perfect for anyone. Food is why I am 20lbs heavier then when I started. The Chefs deserve a standing ovation for some of the food they put out.
Work/life balance was getting better as I left but definitely an area that could get better. In many cases the bad W/L balance is self inflicted due to this personal mission to be the best. At least that's my perspective. Note that this is a problem within Tech period.1Meta Response8y
We too are very grateful for our culinary crew. Thanks for the kind words. I know they will appreciate it. We wish you the best. - Your Friends at Facebook
- 4.0Aug 19, 2019Account ManagerCurrent Employee, more than 1 yearBuenos Aires
- Company benefits are great and are very motivational. - Unmatched internal education resources. - Sales quotas are reasonable and very qualitatively analyzed. - Good hierarchy structure.
- Work in Sales means dealing with a lot of clients who don't really know what the limits of Facebook's service is, so the job is very stressful. - Too much business travel.
- 5.0Aug 10, 2021Administrative SpecialistCurrent EmployeeLos Angeles, CA
great healthcare benefits (100% covered medical) and other perks + passionate people that truly care
Somewhat controversial business decisions by leadership team1
- 4.0Apr 12, 2022Senior Data ScientistCurrent Employee, more than 8 yearsDublin, Dublin
- Work with really smart people - Solve really hard problems - Benefits are great (caring for family and self)
- More and more focus on ownership - Poor definition of remits and scope - Lot of smart people looking to solve similar challenges
- 1.0Jan 27, 2022Partner ManagerFormer Employee, more than 1 yearGurgaon, Haryana
Great benefits and perks if swag and trips excite you and are your soul purpose of being employed
Toxic work culture Unethical business practices HR policies on culture and employee dissatisfaction are easily trumped by leadership convenience3